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    Osaecomic

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    One handed training tips (broken wrist)

    Post by Osaecomic on Wed Feb 26, 2014 7:35 am

    Hi everyone,
    I'd appreciate tips, videos etc. for training while the broken wrist heals. No kumikata or anything else with the left hand, no falling and nothing else too dangerous to make things even worse. I was thinking about taisabaki and tsuki ashi practise alone and with partner, guakusoku keiko ashi barai practise (without throwing) and of course some conditioning excercises. Any ideas will be considered and appreciated. Thanks!
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    Davaro

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    Re: One handed training tips (broken wrist)

    Post by Davaro on Wed Feb 26, 2014 7:46 am

    Perfect time to brush up on left-hand Ippon-Seio's. Right hand grips uke's left sleeve etc.

    Conditioning? All I can suggest is stamina work. Shuttle runs etc. Work on your bleep-test score.





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    Ben Reinhardt

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    Re: One handed training tips (broken wrist)

    Post by Ben Reinhardt on Wed Feb 26, 2014 9:50 am

    Osaecomic wrote:Hi everyone,
    I'd appreciate tips, videos etc. for training while the broken wrist heals. No kumikata or anything else with the left hand, no falling and nothing else too dangerous to make things even worse. I was thinking about taisabaki and tsuki ashi practise alone and with partner, guakusoku keiko ashi barai practise (without throwing) and of course some conditioning excercises. Any ideas will be considered and appreciated. Thanks!

    Solo (tandoku renshu) tai sabaki would be good, also same for all your throwing movements. You can do most throws without the hikite in any case, just have uke onto your lapel instead of your sleeve. Turning (tsurikomi) drills will work the same...you can focus on your tsurite action combined with body movement/positioning.

    One handed ashi barai will be good, especially if you work on the lapel side (usually happens in kenka yotsu). You can throw, just don't grip with your injured wrist.

    I'm assuming it's in a cast...

    In any do what you feel safe doing.


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